Business Objects: Delivering Cooperative Objects for by Oliver Sims

By Oliver Sims

This paintings offers with the benefits to be won from employing object-orientation to client-server platforms, describing a brand new method of structuring program software program. the writer indicates how business-sized gadgets (CBOs), instead of functions, are the easiest "shape" for the Nineteen Nineties and lead to either ease of programming and company advantages. The reader can how you can utilize client-server expertise through re-evaluating the layout of application-level and system-level code.

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Although on first sight the first approach might look better, experience has shown that for single-form processes, the user can easily see the state of the process merely by looking at the form. Showing a ‘procedures’ page merely uses up the screen unnecessarily. Where a process uses more than one form, or where it goes past more than one user (or both), then we can encapsulate that process in a ‘folder’. This folder will hold all the Making computers familiar: object-based user interfaces 19 objects (things) required for the various users to do their part of the process.

Of course, the infrastructure is the 64,000 dollar question. But if there were such an infrastructure, then the difficulties referred to above could be handled by that infrastructure. 5, where CBOs as deliverables can communicate happily with each other at run-time. 5 shows a collection of CBOs, some written using an OOPL, others using procedural languages, and where one of the CBOs is remote. The figure indicates that the developer does not have to worry about system level complexities. , are all handled for him by the same middleware layer that handles messages.

9, that AD delivered to the user an ‘order processing’ object (a container or ‘work area’ containing the things needed to process customer orders). 9. Product Catalogue Business object independence. Customer A123 Product X567 Order History File 26 Business Objects What the ‘user grouping’ principle means is that the user can, if he wishes (and assuming the business rules allow it), re-group the contained objects in other container objects. 9 shows an example of this, where the user: N Creates two new containers—‘Customer A123’ (perhaps because there is some significant piece of work to be done with this customer); and ‘My Daily Work’ (to hold the things needed for the user's normal daily tasks); N Moves objects from the ‘Order Processing’ container to the two newly-created containers.

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